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Anyone use this?

 

http://www.sgcarmart.com/news/writeup.php?AID=193

 

I suppose is a good battery since come from Japan.

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Wah this is damm good brand.

 

Now still can get Made in Japan ah? Maintenence free summore.

 

Where selling n what Amh n how much?

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Make sure they have the wordings boldly printed "Make In Japan".

 

Sadly, nowadays, most are not. They have may the label "Japan Standard" or "German Standard" but they are not made in said country.

Just a misdirection for those not paying attention.

 

Funny, how the 2 countries who lost the war, but conquer the battery world today.

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Make sure they have the wordings boldly printed "Make In Japan".

 

Sadly, nowadays, most are not. They have may the label "Japan Standard" or "German Standard" but they are not made in said country.

Just a misdirection for those not paying attention.

 

Funny, how the 2 countries who lost the war, but conquer the battery world today.

 

 

Yes many companies wil mislead pple by using Japan or Germany but actually made in China. [furious]

 

Hard to get Made in Japan cos their labour charges very high.

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yes, it's 100% fully made in Japan, currently we have the JIS - Japan Ind Standrad size, suitable for all Japan and some Korea made cars. Most of the major cars dealers and tyre shops are supplying our ECO-R Made In Japan battery now. http://www.sgcarmart.com/directory/listing.php?COM=GS+Yuasa+Authorised+Dealer

 

These MF battery designed with high Amp and CCA for all sizes from 40Ah-90Ah.

 

We carried the ECO-"IS" - Idling Stop series suitable for Japan made Start/Stop features cars usage as well.

 

 

 

 

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yes, it's 100% fully made in Japan, currently we have the JIS - Japan Ind Standrad size, suitable for all Japan and some Korea made cars. Most of the major cars dealers and tyre shops are supplying our ECO-R Made In Japan battery now. http://www.sgcarmart.com/directory/listing.php?COM=GS+Yuasa+Authorised+Dealer

 

These MF battery designed with high Amp and CCA for all sizes from 40Ah-90Ah.

 

We carried the ECO-"IS" - Idling Stop series suitable for Japan made Start/Stop features cars usage as well.

 

 

 

 

Is it suitable for Chevrolet cars?

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Is it suitable for Chevrolet cars?

Hi Johnny, for Chevrolet usually you use DIN size battery like all continental cars and some Korea cars.

 

The recommended brand will be our Midac brand "Sigillum" series DIN size battery, capacity range 55 to 100Ah.

 

We do carry the Midac "Itineris" Start/Stop battery designed for Start/Stop feature car, for your info, by year 2015 all European cars will be having Start/Stop feature, in-facts, most of the continental cars now already having this feature.

 

You could check out our Midac battery details at Sgcarmart product list..

 

We strongly believed that Japan made battery will be most suitable for Japan cars, and European made battery for continental cars.

 

Thanks..

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This battery is damn good (IMO)... Best I've used.

Cranking time shorten by 1/2, and can feel the strength during crank. Even better than Varta Silver (which felt just normal to me).

 

 

Previously used batteries: Stock Yuasa (wet), Panasonic, Amaron, FIAMM, Hoppecke, Varta Silver.

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yes, it's 100% fully made in Japan, currently we have the JIS - Japan Ind Standrad size, suitable for all Japan and some Korea made cars. Most of the major cars dealers and tyre shops are supplying our ECO-R Made In Japan battery now. http://www.sgcarmart.com/directory/listing.php?COM=GS+Yuasa+Authorised+Dealer

 

These MF battery designed with high Amp and CCA for all sizes from 40Ah-90Ah.

 

We carried the ECO-"IS" - Idling Stop series suitable for Japan made Start/Stop features cars usage as well.

 

 

 

 

 

hi, which particular model is suitable for Honda FD? i understand there's a vent valve to allow refilling of distilled water. true?

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hi, which particular model is suitable for Honda FD? i understand there's a vent valve to allow refilling of distilled water. true?

Hi, for Honda FD should be using our ECO-R 60B24LS (Big terminal), we supplied these ECO-R Japan made Battery to Kah Motor, you could get the battery from them if you happen to service your car there..

 

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Finally a good brand is back,my Mazda 6 got Start/Stop system,it may need these battery,p/s go to TransEurokars to promote your goods,for the Mazda 6. & next year Mazda 3.

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Hi Johnny, for Chevrolet usually you use DIN size battery like all continental cars and some Korea cars.

 

The recommended brand will be our Midac brand "Sigillum" series DIN size battery, capacity range 55 to 100Ah.

 

We do carry the Midac "Itineris" Start/Stop battery designed for Start/Stop feature car, for your info, by year 2015 all European cars will be having Start/Stop feature, in-facts, most of the continental cars now already having this feature.

 

You could check out our Midac battery details at Sgcarmart product list..

 

We strongly believed that Japan made battery will be most suitable for Japan cars, and European made battery for continental cars.

 

Thanks..

 

Hi GSYuasa. Im driving the Optra. Can advise what is the biggest size (Ah) my car can take?

 

Also indication of the price?

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hi, which particular model is suitable for Honda FD? i understand there's a vent valve to allow refilling of distilled water. true?

hi, this is a miantenance free battery which designed with vent valve, due to Japanese OEM request for safer and longer battery life products. As all battery will have emmission due to pressure bulit up within the battery during operation, the vent plug will allow gas emmission from the tiny holes and also allow you to correct the electrolyte level by topping up water if necessary to prevent explosion caused by low electrolyte level and also prolong the life spend of the battery.

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hi, this is a miantenance free battery which designed with vent valve, due to Japanese OEM request for safer and longer battery life products. As all battery will have emmission due to pressure bulit up within the battery during operation, the vent plug will allow gas emmission from the tiny holes and also allow you to correct the electrolyte level by topping up water if necessary to prevent explosion caused by low electrolyte level and also prolong the life spend of the battery.

 

hi, thanks for the confirmation. looks like it is quite similar to a typical wet battery.

 

is the manufacturing date on the battery itself or on the box? how to decipher the code if it is not in dd/mm/yyyy format?

 

what is the warranty period?

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Hi GSYuasa. Im driving the Optra. Can advise what is the biggest size (Ah) my car can take?

 

Also indication of the price?

 

optra 62ah i think

global batt abt 140-150

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hi, thanks for the confirmation. looks like it is quite similar to a typical wet battery.

 

is the manufacturing date on the battery itself or on the box? how to decipher the code if it is not in dd/mm/yyyy format?

 

what is the warranty period?

This is a maintenance free battery, with battery life indicator, all lead acid MF automotive battery are filled with electrolyte, except some designed with vent valve and some chose to sealed it. As mentioned above the advantage of not completely sealing the battery.

 

Manufacturing code will be indicate on the battery, we usually keep only 1 to 1.5 months stock level to ensure our stock are all fresh stock.

 

Warranty period various on petrol or diesel application, we suggest that check with our dealers.

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